D&B to create up to 100 jobs in Dublin

D&B, a leading supplier of business information, is to establish a business operations centre in Dublin, it was announced today.

It will create up to 100 high-skilled new positions by the middle of next year.

The investment is being facilitated by the Government through the IDA.

D&B will commence initial recruitment over the coming months.

D&B's global commercial database contains more than 140 million business records in more than 200 countries.

Commenting on the announcement, Barry O’Leary, CEO of IDA Ireland said: "D&B is the world leader in quality business information services and its reputation within the business community is second to none.

"Its decision to choose Ireland for this strategically important and knowledge-driven activity is very significant for Dublin and the country as a whole. It is a tremendous addition to our global business services base."

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